That’s what I’m looking for. It’s not an end, it’s s set of actions, checks, balances, pings. Lots of repetition. Testing, Testing. Checking, checking.
Now there is something to think about; doing the same thing over and over and over again. Repetitions to remember. Repetitions to forget.
This is what happens when I swim. I move between forgetting and remembering.
The main challenge I find is staying focussed on the stroke; finding the right stroke and holding it.
How many strokes will it take to cross the channel?
Well, if I swim 33 strokes per 50m and the channel swim is between 33 and 45km, that’s 660 strokes per kilometre; and between 21,780 and 29,700 strokes for the whole swim.
Omg! I might sleep in today
How is your swimming ? It’s like asking how is your painting? How are you? What is your situation, your position? How do you feel?
That’s what it is!
Feeling and memory
I’m tired , as you may have gathered from my rambling
And, as you can probably see, my mind has slipped from one area of concern to another . In the channel I expect my stroke will slip and decay quite a lot.
I might end up swimming doggy paddle by the end of it